It’s always a great privilege to see one of my images in print.
Here are some photos that have been used in various publications…
Bond Street underground station in central London. I’m not sure this corridor is there any longer due to the Crossrail redevelopment but the twisting walls and orange tiles really made this image pop…
T-Centralen metro station in Stockholm, Sweden. Many of the stations on this line are cavernous spaces painted in vibrant colours. Every station has it’s own unique identity.
The iconic Selfridges building in Birmingham with the curved shape and thousands of “dots” covering the facade make for an unusual composition and looks great in Black & White.
One of the most famous and instantly recognizable bridges in the world. The Brooklyn bridge in New York offers some spectacular views of the lower Manhattan skyline.
Shepherds Bush station on the central line in London offers a great shot when looking back down the platform from the far end. Two departing trains and a slowed down shutter give the effect of motion blur.
The Lloyds building in London’s financial district has the unique feature of having many of its stair cases and utility pipes on the outside which makes for some excellent abstract images.
Bank underground station in the financial district of London has one of the longest travelators on the network heading down to the Waterloo & City platforms.
Swiss Cottage underground station on the Jubilee line in London is one of my favourite stations on the network with its art-deco design. This image was shot using a fisheye lens.
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DK Eyewitness Travel Guide 2018
An image taken on the now re-imagined Great Movie Ride at Disney’s Hollywood Studios which has since been replaced with a new attraction – Mickey & Minnie’s Runaway Railway.
The front cover of a local magazine in the Wigan area shows the statue at Wigan Pier of a chap in a flat cap looking out over the Leeds Liverpool Canal just outside Wigan town centre.